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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

Cat.No.R03E-1

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CONTENTS
Part Numbering

POSISTORr and "POSISTOR" in this catalog are the trademarks of Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

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Basic Characteristics of NTC Thermistor Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr 1 2 3 NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0402 (1005) Size NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size

for NTC Thermistors Chip Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value) for NTC Thermistors Chip Type Specifications and Test Methods for NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice 4 NTC Thermistor Lead Type for Temperature Sensor
for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value) for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Specifications and Test Methods for NTC Thermistors Lead Type !Caution/Notice

PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods

PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size
Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods

for POSISTORr Chip Type !Caution/Notice 7 PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Lead Type
POSISTORr Lead Type for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods POSISTORr Lead Type for Overheat Protection !Caution/Notice

for NTC Thermistors Chip Type Package for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Package for POSISTORr Chip Type Package for POSISTORr Lead Type Package

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o Part Numbering
NTC Thermistors for Temperature Compensation Chip Type
(Part Number) qProduct ID Product ID NC wSeries Code M P eDimensions (LgW) Code 15 18 21 Dimensions (LgW) 1.00g0.50mm 1.60g0.80mm 2.00g1.25mm EIA 0402 0603 0805 iPackaging Code RB rTemperature Characteristics Code WB WD WF WL WM XC XF XQ XH XM XV XW tResistance Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (). The first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R". In this case, all figures are significant digits. Ex.) Code 102 103 104 Resistance 1k 10k 100k Temperature Characteristics Nominal B-Constant 4050e4099K Nominal B-Constant 4150e4199K Nominal B-Constant 4250e4299K Nominal B-Constant 4450e4499K Nominal B-Constant 4500e4549K Nominal B-Constant 3100e3149K Nominal B-Constant 3250e3299K Nominal B-Constant 3650e3699K Nominal B-Constant 3350e3399K Nominal B-Constant 3500e3549K Nominal B-Constant 3900e3949K Nominal B-Constant 3950e3999K RC Packaging Paper Taping 4mm Pitch Paper Taping 2mm Pitch (10000 pcs.) Series Soldered Termination Series Plated Termination Series uIndividual Specifications Structures and others are expressed by two figures. Code 0S Individual Specifications for Automotive NTC Thermistors Chip Type NC q P 18 XH r 103 t J 0S RB y u i yResistance Tolerance Code E F J K Resistance Tolerance 3% 1% 5% 10%

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NTC Thermistors for Temperature Sensor Lead Type


(Part Number) qProduct ID Product ID NT wSeries Code SS0 Series Temperature Sensors for Automotive Equipment NTC Thermistors NT q SS0 w XH e 103 r F E1 B0 u rResistance Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (). The first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R". In this case, all figures are significant digits. Ex.) Code 202 203 eTemperature Characteristics Code WB WC WD WF XM XH XR XV Temperature Characteristics Nominal B-Constant 4050e4099K Nominal B-Constant 4100e4149K Nominal B-Constant 4150e4199K Nominal B-Constant 4250e4299K Nominal B-Constant 3500e3549K Nominal B-Constant 3350e3399K Nominal B-Constant 3700e3749K Nominal B-Constant 3900e3949K yIndividual Specifications A lead structure and other specifications are expressed by two digits. Code E1 N6 uPackaging Code A0 B0 Packaging Ammo Pack Bulk Individual Specifications Bulk Standard Taping tResistance Tolerance Code E F Resistance Tolerance 3% 1% Resistance 2k 20k

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PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing Chip Type


(Part Number) qProduct ID Product ID PR wSeries Code F eDimensions (LgW) Code 18 rTemperature Characteristics Code AR AS BA BB BC BD BE BF BG Temperature Characteristics Curie Point 120C Curie Point 130C Curie Point 110C Curie Point 100C Curie Point 90C Curie Point 80C Curie Point 70C Curie Point 60C Curie Point 50C iPackaging Code RB Packaging Paper Taping (4mm Pitch) uIndividual Specifications Code S2 Individual Specifications for Automotive Dimensions (LgW) 1.60g0.80mm Series for Overheat Sensing PTC Thermistors Chip Type PR q F 18 BB r 471 t Q y S2 u RB i tResistance Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (). The first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R". In this case, all figures are significant digits. Ex.) Code 471 yResistance Tolerance Code Q R Resistance Tolerance Sensing Temp. Tolerance Special Tolerance Special Tolerance 5C 3C Resistance 470

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PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Circuit Protection


(Part Number) qProduct ID Product ID PR wSeries Code G eDimensions (LgW) Code 21 rTemperature Characteristics Code AR Temperature Characteristics Curie Point 120C uIndividual Specifications Code S1 iPackaging Code RA RK Packaging Plastic Taping (4mm Pitch) (4000pcs.) Plastic Taping (4mm Pitch) (3000pcs.) Individual Specifications for Automotive Dimensions (LgW) 2.00g1.25mm yResistance Tolerance Code M Q Resistance Tolerance 20% Special Tolerance Series for Overcurrent Protection PTC Thermistors Chip Type PR q G 21 AR r 420 t M y S1 u RA i tResistance Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (). The first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R". In this case, all figures are significant digits. Ex.) Code 420 471 Resistance 42 470

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PTC Thermistors (POSISTORr) for Circuit Protection Lead Type


(Part Number) qProduct ID Product ID PT wSeries Code GL eDimensions Code 4 5 7 9 C Dimensions Nominal Body Diameter 4mm Series Nominal Body Diameter 5mm Series Nominal Body Diameter 7mm Series Nominal Body Diameter 9mm Series Nominal Body Diameter 12mm Series iIndividual Specifications Ex.) rIndividual Specifications Code S tTemperature Characteristics Code AS Temperature Characteristics Curie Point 130C Individual Specifications for Automotive oPackaging Code A0 B0 Packaging Ammo Pack Bulk Code 4B51 Individual Specifications Lead Type, others uResistance Tolerance Code K Resistance Tolerance 10% Series for Circuit Protection Lead Type PTC Thermistors PT q GL w 4 S e r AS t 220 y K u 4B51 B0 i o yResistance Expressed by three figures. The unit is ohm (). The first and second figures are significant digits, and the third figure expresses the number of zeros which follow the two figures. If there is a decimal point, it is expressed by the capital letter "R". In this case, all figures are significant digits. Ex.) Code R22 2R2 220 Resistance 0.22 2.2 22

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Basic Characteristics of NTC Thermistor


!Basic Characteristics
1. Zero-power Resistance of Thermistor: R Measured by zero-power in specified ambient temperatures. R=R0 expB (1/T-1/T0) ..............(1) R: Resistance in ambient temperature T (K) (K: absolute temperature) R0: Resistance in ambient temperature T0 (K) B: B-constant of Thermistor [Resistance vs. Temperature]
102 Resistance VS. Temperature Characteristics, R/R25

101

2. B-Constant as (1) formula B=Rn (R/R0) / (1/T-1/T0) ............(2)

101
B=3450 B=3900 B=4100

3. Thermal Dissipation Constant When electric power P (mW) is spent in ambient temperature T1 and thermistor temperature rises T2, there is a formula as follows P=C (T2-T1) ..................(3) C: Thermal dissipation constant (mW/C) Thermal dissipation constant is varied with dimensions, measurement conditions, etc.

102 20

20 40 60 80 100 120 Temperature (C)

4. Thermal Time Constant Period in which Termistor's temperature will change 63.2% of its temperature difference from ambient temperature T0 (C) to T1 (C).

[Thermal Time Constant]

T1 X

5. Rated Electric Power Shows necessary electric power that Thermistor's temperature rises 100C by self heating in ambient temperature 25C.

Temperature

63.2%

T0

6. Permissive Operating Current It is possible to keep Thermistor's temperature rising max. 1C.

Time

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Basic Characteristics of POSISTORr


!Basic Characteristics
POSISTORr has three main characteristics. 1. Resistance-Temperature Characteristic Although there is a negligible difference between the normal and "Curie-point" temperature, POSISTORr shows almost constant resistance-temperature characteristics. Yet they have resistance-temperature characteristics that cause resistance to sharply increase when the temperature exceeds the Curie-point. [Resistance-Temperature Characteristic]
10 Resistance Change Ratio, R/R25
5

10

BDBCBBAR

10

10

10

50

100 Temperature (C)

150

200

2. Current-Voltage Characteristic (Static Characteristic) This shows the relation between applied voltage when voltage applied to POSISTORr causes balancing of inner heating and outer thermal dissipation and stabilized current. This has both a maximum point of current and constant output power. [Current-Voltage Characteristic (Static Characteristic)]
10
3

Ta=25C

Current (mA)

10

10

1 0.1

1 Voltage (V)

10

10

3. Current-Time Characteristic (Dynamic Characteristic) This shows the relation between current and time before inner heating and outer thermal dissipation arrive at equilibrium state. This features having large initial current and abruptly continuous attenuating portion. [Current-Time Characteristic (Dynamic Characteristic)]

1.5 Current (A)

Ta=25C

1.0

0.5

Time (sec.)

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0402 (1005) Size

0402/0603 sized Chip NTC Thermistors have Ni barrier termination and provide excellent solderability and offer high stability in environment by unique inner construction.

0.250.10 1.00.05

0.250.10

s Features
1. Excellent solderability and high stability in environment 2. Excellent long time aging stability 3. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant 4. Reflow soldering possible 5. Lead is not contained in the product 6. NCP15 series are recognized by UL (UL1434, File No.E137188 Vol.2, Sec.2).
0.50.05 Electrode (Ag Alloy + Ni Plating + Sn Plating) (in mm)

s Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation 2. Various engine control units 3. Circuits for ETC equipment 4. Various motor driving circuits 5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Resistance (25C) 22ohm 33ohm 47ohm 68ohm 100ohm 150ohm 220ohm 330ohm 470ohm 680ohm 1.0k ohm 1.5k ohm 2.2k ohm 3.3k ohm 4.7k ohm 6.8k ohm 10k ohm 10k ohm 15k ohm 22k ohm 22k ohm 33k ohm 33k ohm 47k ohm 47k ohm 68k ohm 68k ohm 100k ohm B-Constant (25-50C) (K) 3100 3% 3100 3% 3100 3% 3100 3% 3250 3% 3250 3% 3500 3% 3500 3% 3650 2% 3650 3% 3650 2% 3950 3% 3950 3% 3950 3% 3500 2% 3950 3% 3380 1% 3900 3% 3950 3% 4485 1% 3950 3% 4050 3% 4485 3% 4050 1% 4485 1% 4150 3% 4485 1% 4250 1% Permissive Operating Rated Electric Typical Dissipation Current (25C) Power (25C) Constant (25C) (mA) (mW) (mW/C) 6.70 5.50 4.60 3.80 3.10 2.50 2.10 1.70 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.81 0.67 0.55 0.46 0.38 0.31 0.31 0.25 0.21 0.21 0.17 0.17 0.14 0.14 0.12 0.12 0.10 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Operating Temperature Range (C) -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125
Continued on the following page.

Part Number NCP15XC220p0SRC NCP15XC330p0SRC NCP15XC470p0SRC NCP15XC680p0SRC NCP15XF101p0SRC NCP15XF151p0SRC NCP15XM221p0SRC NCP15XM331p0SRC NCP15XQ471p0SRC NCP15XQ681p0SRC NCP15XQ102p0SRC NCP15XW152p0SRC NCP15XW222p0SRC NCP15XW332p0SRC NCP15XM472p0SRC NCP15XW682p0SRC NCP15XH103p0SRC NCP15XV103p0SRC NCP15XW153p0SRC NCP15WL223p0SRC NCP15XW223p0SRC NCP15WB333p0SRC NCP15WL333p0SRC NCP15WB473p0SRC NCP15WL473p0SRC NCP15WD683p0SRC NCP15WL683p0SRC NCP15WF104p0SRC

0.50.05

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Part Number NCP15WL104p0SRC NCP15WL154p0SRC NCP15WM154p0SRC NCP15WM224p0SRC NCP15WM474p0SRC

Resistance (25C) 100k ohm 150k ohm 150k ohm 220k ohm 470k ohm

B-Constant (25-50C) (K) 4485 1% 4485 1% 4500 3% 4500 3% 4500 3%

Permissive Operating Rated Electric Typical Dissipation Current (25C) Power (25C) Constant (25C) (mA) (mW) (mW/C) 0.10 0.08 0.08 0.06 0.04 100 100 100 100 100 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Operating Temperature Range (C) -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125

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s Standard Land Pattern Dimensions


Chip Land c Solder Resist

(in mm)

Part Number NCP15 NCP18 NCM21

Soldering Methods Reflow Soldering Flow Soldering Reflow Soldering Flow Soldering Reflow Soldering

Dimensions (mm) Chip (LgW) 1.0g0.5 1.6g0.8 2.0g1.25 a 0.4 0.6-1.0 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.1 1.0-1.1 b 0.4-0.5 0.8-0.9 0.6-0.7 0.9-1.0 0.6-0.7 c 0.5 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.2 1.0-1.2

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
2

0402/0603 sized Chip NTC Thermistors have Ni barrier termination and provide excellent solderability and offer high stability in environment by unique inner construction.

0.20.6 1.60.15

0.20.6

s Features
1. Excellent solderability and high stability in environment 2. Excellent long time aging stability 3. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant 4. Flow/Reflow soldering possible 5. Lead is not contained in the product 6. NCP18 series are recognized by UL (UL1434, File No.E137188 Vol.2, Sec.2 ).
0.80.15 Electrode (Ag Alloy + Ni Plating + Sn Plating) (in mm)

s Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation 2. Various engine control units 3. Circuits for ETC equipment 4. Various motor driving circuits 5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Resistance (25C) 100ohm 150ohm 220ohm 330ohm 470ohm 680ohm 1.0k ohm 1.5k ohm 2.2k ohm 3.3k ohm 4.7k ohm 6.8k ohm 10k ohm 15k ohm 22k ohm 33k ohm 47k ohm 68k ohm 100k ohm 150k ohm 220k ohm 470k ohm B-Constant (25-50C) (K) 3250 3% 3250 3% 3500 3% 3500 3% 3650 2% 3650 3% 3650 2% 3950 3% 3950 3% 3950 3% 3500 2% 3950 3% 3380 1% 3950 3% 3950 3% 4050 3% 4050 2% 4150 3% 4250 2% 4500 3% 4500 3% 4500 3% Permissive Operating Rated Electric Typical Dissipation Current (25C) Power (25C) Constant (25C) (mA) (mW) (mW/C) 3.10 2.50 2.10 1.70 1.40 1.20 1.00 0.81 0.67 0.55 0.46 0.38 0.31 0.25 0.21 0.17 0.14 0.12 0.10 0.08 0.06 0.04 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Operating Temperature Range (C) -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125

Part Number NCP18XF101p0SRB NCP18XF151p0SRB NCP18XM221p0SRB NCP18XM331p0SRB NCP18XQ471p0SRB NCP18XQ681p0SRB NCP18XQ102p0SRB NCP18XW152p0SRB NCP18XW222p0SRB NCP18XW332p0SRB NCP18XM472p0SRB NCP18XW682p0SRB NCP18XH103p0SRB NCP18XW153p0SRB NCP18XW223p0SRB NCP18WB333p0SRB NCP18WB473p0SRB NCP18WD683p0SRB NCP18WF104p0SRB NCP18WM154p0SRB NCP18WM224p0SRB NCP18WM474p0SRB

A blank column is filled with resistance tolerance codes. (J: 5%, K: 10%) Resistance tolerance 1% is also available for the following type. 10k ohm: NCP18XH103F0SRB 47k ohm: NCP18WB473F1SRB 100k ohm: NCP18WF104F3SRB

0.80.15

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s Standard Land Pattern Dimensions


Chip Land c Solder Resist

2
Part Number NCP15 NCP18 NCM21

(in mm)

Chip (LgW) Reflow Soldering 1.0g0.5 Flow Soldering 1.6g0.8 Reflow Soldering Flow Soldering 2.0g1.25 Reflow Soldering

Soldering Methods

Dimensions (mm) a 0.4 0.6-1.0 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.1 1.0-1.1 b 0.4-0.5 0.8-0.9 0.6-0.7 0.9-1.0 0.6-0.7 c 0.5 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.2 1.0-1.2

10

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


NTC Thermistor Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size
1.250.2 0.1-0.65 0.1-0.65 2.00.2

0805 sized Chip NTC Thermistors have Ni barrier termination and offer high stability in environment by unique inner construction.

s Features
1. High climate performance unique manufacturing method 2. Excellent long time aging stability 3. The performance of this product meets to AEC-Q200 (Automotive Electronics Council) 4. Lead is not contained in the product 5. High accuracy in resistance and B-constant 6. Flow/Reflow soldering possible

Electrode (Ni Barriered Layer + Pb free soldering)

0.90.2

3
(in mm)

s Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation 2. Various engine control units 3. Circuits for ETC equipment 4. Various motor driving circuits 5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Resistance (25C) (k ohm) 10 22 47 100 B-Constant (25-50C) (K) 3650 3% 3950 3% 4050 3% 4250 3% Permissive Operating Rated Electric Typical Dissipation Current (25C) Power (25C) Constant (25C) (mA) (mW) (mW/C) 0.44 0.30 0.20 0.14 200 200 200 200 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 Operating Temperature Range (C) -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125

Part Number NCM21XQ103p0SRA NCM21XW223p0SRA NCM21WB473p0SRA NCM21WF104p0SRA

A blank column is filled with resistance tolerance codes. (J: 5%, K: 10%)

s Standard Land Pattern Dimensions


Chip Land c Solder Resist

(in mm)

Part Number NCP15 NCP18 NCM21

Chip (LgW) Reflow Soldering 1.0g0.5 Flow Soldering 1.6g0.8 Reflow Soldering Flow Soldering 2.0g1.25 Reflow Soldering

Soldering Methods

Dimensions (mm) a 0.4 0.6-1.0 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.1 1.0-1.1 b 0.4-0.5 0.8-0.9 0.6-0.7 0.9-1.0 0.6-0.7 c 0.5 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.8 1.0-1.2 1.0-1.2

11

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Part Number NCPppXC220 NCPppXC330 NCPppXC470 NCPppXC680 NCPppXF101 NCPppXF151 NCPppXM221 NCPppXM331 22 33 47 68 100 150 220 330 Resistance 3100K 3100K 3100K 3100K 3250K 3250K 3500K 3500K B-Constant Temp. (C) Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Resistance () Y40 355.823 533.734 760.166 1099.815 1824.175 2736.262 4947.904 7421.856 Y35 273.975 410.962 585.310 846.832 1390.685 2086.028 3703.755 5555.632 213.003 319.504 455.051 658.372 1070.653 1605.979 2798.873 4198.309 Y30 Y25 166.943 250.415 356.652 516.007 831.138 1246.708 2135.887 3203.831 131.997 197.996 281.994 407.991 650.960 976.440 1645.037 2467.555 Y20 Y15 105.318 157.978 224.998 325.529 514.441 771.661 1278.034 1917.051 Y10 84.670 127.005 180.886 261.707 409.700 614.550 1000.620 1500.930 68.628 102.942 146.614 212.123 328.877 493.315 789.612 1184.418 Y5 0 55.981 83.972 119.596 173.033 265.759 398.639 627.752 941.628 45.859 68.789 97.972 141.747 215.785 323.677 502.474 753.711 5 37.819 56.728 80.794 116.894 176.395 264.592 405.010 607.514 10 31.396 47.094 67.073 97.042 145.161 217.742 328.480 492.720 15 26.211 39.317 55.997 81.016 120.152 180.228 268.044 402.066 20 25 22.000 33.000 47.000 68.000 100.000 150.000 220.000 330.000 30 18.560 27.840 39.651 57.368 83.669 125.503 181.576 272.365 15.735 23.603 33.616 48.636 70.361 105.541 150.668 226.002 35 40 13.403 20.104 28.633 41.426 59.456 89.184 125.681 188.521 11.462 17.193 24.487 35.428 50.470 75.705 105.336 158.004 45 9.842 14.763 21.026 30.421 43.029 64.543 88.717 133.076 50 55 8.488 12.732 18.133 26.235 36.830 55.246 75.059 112.588 60 7.348 11.022 15.698 22.712 31.649 47.473 63.777 95.666 6.399 9.598 13.670 19.778 27.364 41.045 54.415 81.622 65 5.595 8.392 11.952 17.293 23.756 35.634 46.631 69.946 70 75 4.896 7.345 10.461 15.134 20.651 30.976 40.115 60.172 4.299 6.448 9.184 13.288 18.011 27.016 34.637 51.955 80 3.795 5.692 8.107 11.729 15.800 23.700 30.013 45.019 85 90 3.360 5.040 7.179 10.386 13.908 20.862 26.110 39.165 2.983 4.474 6.373 9.220 12.263 18.394 22.790 34.186 95 2.656 3.983 5.673 8.208 10.844 16.265 19.957 29.935 100 2.367 3.551 5.057 7.317 9.622 14.434 17.541 26.312 105 110 2.116 3.173 4.520 6.539 8.563 12.844 15.453 23.180 1.901 2.851 4.060 5.874 7.648 11.472 13.663 20.494 115 1.712 2.568 3.657 5.291 6.850 10.275 12.114 18.171 120 1.543 2.314 3.296 4.768 6.162 9.243 10.778 16.168 125 Part Number NCPppXQ471 NCPppXQ681 NCPppXQ102 NCPppXW152 NCPppXW222 NCPppXW332 NCPppXM472 NCPppXW682 680 1.0k 1.5k 2.2k 3.3k 4.7k 6.8k 470 Resistance 3650K 3650K 3650K 3950K 3950K 3950K 3500K 3950K B-Constant Temp. (C) Resistance () Resistance () Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) 17104.854 25.154 51.791 75.961 113.941 105.705 234.787 Y40 11822.473 12685.248 18.655 37.172 54.520 81.779 79.126 168.515 Y35 8767.745 9505.855 13.979 27.005 39.607 59.411 59.794 122.422 Y30 6570.224 Y25 4971.784 7193.219 10.578 19.843 29.103 43.654 45.630 89.953 Y20 3796.933 5493.436 8.079 14.728 21.601 32.401 35.144 66.766 4229.599 6.220 11.044 16.198 24.297 27.303 50.066 Y15 2923.400 3283.675 4.829 8.362 12.264 18.396 21.377 37.906 Y10 2269.599 2568.411 3.777 6.389 9.370 14.055 16.869 28.963 Y5 1775.225 0 1399.050 2024.158 2.977 4.922 7.219 10.829 13.411 22.313 5 1110.220 1606.275 2.362 3.825 5.609 8.414 10.735 17.338 1283.691 1.888 2.994 4.391 6.586 8.653 13.571 10 887.257 1032.245 1.518 2.361 3.463 5.195 7.018 10.705 15 713.463 20 577.375 835.351 1.229 1.876 2.751 4.126 5.726 8.503 25 470.000 680.000 1.000 1.500 2.200 3.300 4.700 6.800 30 384.800 556.733 0.819 1.207 1.771 2.656 3.879 5.474 458.287 0.674 0.978 1.434 2.152 3.219 4.434 35 316.757 40 262.177 379.320 0.558 0.797 1.169 1.753 2.685 3.613 315.504 0.464 0.653 0.958 1.437 2.250 2.961 45 218.069 263.749 0.388 0.538 0.789 1.184 1.895 2.440 50 182.297 55 153.150 221.579 0.326 0.446 0.654 0.981 1.604 2.022 60 129.249 186.998 0.275 0.371 0.545 0.817 1.363 1.683 158.499 0.233 0.311 0.456 0.684 1.163 1.409 65 109.551 134.960 0.199 0.261 0.383 0.575 0.996 1.185 70 93.281 75 79.750 115.383 0.170 0.221 0.324 0.486 0.857 1.001 99.029 0.146 0.187 0.275 0.412 0.740 0.849 80 68.446 85.356 0.126 0.160 0.234 0.351 0.641 0.724 85 58.996 90 51.036 73.839 0.109 0.137 0.200 0.301 0.558 0.620 64.140 0.094 0.117 0.172 0.258 0.487 0.532 95 44.332 55.905 0.082 0.101 0.149 0.223 0.426 0.459 100 38.640 48.888 0.072 0.088 0.129 0.193 0.375 0.398 105 33.790 110 29.664 42.918 0.063 0.076 0.112 0.168 0.330 0.346 37.795 0.056 0.067 0.098 0.146 0.292 0.302 115 26.123 33.409 0.049 0.058 0.085 0.128 0.259 0.264 120 23.091 125 20.472 29.618 0.044 0.051 0.075 0.113 0.230 0.232
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Part Number NCPppXH103 NCPppXV103 NCMppXQ103 NCPppXW153 NCPppXW223 NCMppXW223 NCPppWL223 NCPppWB333 10k 15k 22k 22k 33k 10k Resistance 10k B-Constant 3380K 3900K 3650K 3950K 3950K 4485K 4050K Temp. (C) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Y40 251.542 517.912 759.605 1073.436 1227.263 195.652 328.996 Y35 186.548 371.724 545.196 753.900 874.449 148.171 237.387 139.792 270.048 396.070 535.073 630.851 Y30 113.347 173.185 Y25 105.783 198.426 291.025 383.590 460.457 87.559 127.773 80.786 147.278 216.008 277.643 339.797 Y20 68.237 95.327 Y15 62.200 110.439 161.977 202.813 253.363 53.650 71.746 Y10 48.289 83.617 122.638 149.462 190.766 42.506 54.564 37.771 63.888 93.702 111.082 144.964 Y5 33.892 41.813 0 29.767 49.221 72.191 83.233 111.087 27.219 32.330 23.622 38.245 56.093 62.858 85.842 5 22.021 25.194 18.878 29.936 43.907 47.831 66.861 10 17.926 19.785 15.180 23.613 34.633 36.664 52.470 15 14.674 15.651 12.285 18.756 27.509 28.304 41.471 20 12.081 12.468 25 10.000 15.000 22.000 22.000 33.000 10.000 10.000 30 8.187 12.074 17.709 17.214 26.430 8.315 8.072 6.740 9.780 14.344 13.557 21.298 35 6.948 6.556 40 5.578 7.969 11.688 10.744 17.266 5.834 5.356 4.640 6.531 9.578 8.566 14.076 45 4.917 4.401 3.879 5.382 7.894 6.871 11.538 50 4.161 3.635 55 3.259 4.459 6.540 5.543 9.506 3.535 3.019 60 2.750 3.713 5.446 4.497 7.870 3.014 2.521 2.331 3.108 4.559 3.669 6.549 65 2.586 2.115 1.985 2.613 3.832 3.009 5.475 70 2.228 1.781 75 1.697 2.208 3.239 2.481 4.595 1.925 1.509 1.456 1.873 2.748 2.056 3.874 80 1.669 1.284 1.255 1.597 2.342 1.713 3.282 85 1.452 1.097 90 1.086 1.367 2.004 1.434 2.789 1.268 0.941 0.943 1.174 1.722 1.206 2.379 95 1.110 0.810 0.822 1.013 1.486 1.019 2.038 100 0.974 0.701 0.719 0.878 1.287 0.866 1.751 105 0.858 0.608 110 0.631 0.763 1.119 0.739 1.509 0.758 0.530 0.556 0.665 0.975 0.633 1.306 115 0.672 0.463 0.491 0.582 0.854 0.545 1.134 120 0.596 0.406 0.436 0.511 0.750 0.471 0.987 125 0.531 0.358 Part Number NCPppWL333 NCPppWB473 NCMppWB473 NCPppWL473 NCPppWD683 NCPppWL683 NCPppWF104 NCMppWF104 47k 47k 33k 68k 100k 68k Resistance B-Constant 4485K 4050K 4485K 4150K 4485K 4250K Temp. (C) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) 2293.249 1747.920 1610.154 3317.893 4397.119 Y40 2735.359 1610.605 1245.428 1130.850 2330.237 3088.599 Y35 1937.391 1143.110 898.485 802.609 1653.862 2197.225 Y30 1389.345 819.487 655.802 575.385 Y25 1008.014 1185.641 1581.881 593.146 483.954 416.464 Y20 738.978 858.168 1151.037 433.281 360.850 304.219 626.875 846.579 Y15 547.456 319.305 271.697 224.193 461.974 628.988 Y10 409.600 237.312 206.463 166.623 343.345 471.632 Y5 309.217 177.816 158.214 124.850 0 235.606 257.266 357.012 134.287 122.259 94.287 5 180.980 194.287 272.500 102.184 95.227 71.747 147.841 209.710 10 140.139 78.327 74.730 54.996 113.325 162.651 15 109.344 60.467 59.065 42.455 20 85.929 87.484 127.080 47.000 47.000 33.000 25 68.000 68.000 100.000 36.776 37.643 25.822 30 54.167 53.208 79.222 28.962 30.334 20.335 41.903 63.167 35 43.421 22.952 24.591 16.115 40 35.016 33.208 50.677 18.301 20.048 12.849 26.477 40.904 45 28.406 14.679 16.433 10.306 21.237 33.195 50 23.166 11.842 13.539 8.314 55 18.997 17.133 27.091 9.607 11.209 6.746 60 15.657 13.900 22.224 7.837 9.328 5.503 11.339 18.323 65 12.967 6.428 7.798 4.513 9.300 15.184 70 10.794 5.300 6.544 3.721 75 9.021 7.668 12.635 4.393 5.518 3.084 6.356 10.566 80 7.575 3.659 4.674 2.569 5.294 8.873 85 6.387 3.063 3.972 2.151 90 5.407 4.432 7.481 2.577 3.388 1.809 3.728 6.337 95 4.598 2.178 2.902 1.529 3.151 5.384 100 3.922 1.849 2.494 1.299 2.676 4.594 105 3.359 1.578 2.150 1.108 110 2.887 2.283 3.934 1.352 1.860 0.949 1.956 3.380 115 2.489 1.164 1.615 0.817 1.684 2.916 120 2.155 1.006 1.406 0.707 125 1.870 1.456 2.522
B-Constant of NCP18WF104F1SRB is 4200K. Please contact us for the detail data.

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Part Number NCPppWL104 NCPppWL154 NCPppWM154 NCPppWM224 NCPppWM474 100k 150k 150k 220k 470k Resistance 4485K 4485K 4500K 4485K 4500K B-Constant Temp. (C) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Y40 4879.254 7318.881 7899.466 11585.884 24751.661 Y35 3426.818 5140.228 5466.118 8016.973 17127.169 2432.149 3648.224 3834.499 5623.931 12014.762 Y30 Y25 1743.590 2615.385 2720.523 3990.100 8524.305 1262.012 1893.018 1951.216 2861.784 6113.811 Y20 Y15 921.875 1382.813 1415.565 2076.162 4435.437 Y10 679.373 1019.059 1036.984 1520.909 3249.216 504.919 757.379 767.079 1125.049 2403.515 Y5 0 378.333 567.499 572.667 839.912 1794.358 285.717 428.575 431.264 632.521 1351.294 5 217.414 326.121 327.405 480.194 1025.870 10 166.654 249.981 250.538 367.455 785.018 15 128.653 192.979 193.166 283.310 605.252 20 25 100.000 150.000 150.000 220.000 470.000 30 78.247 117.370 117.281 172.012 367.480 61.622 92.433 92.293 135.364 289.186 35 40 48.835 73.252 73.090 107.198 229.014 38.937 58.406 58.240 85.419 182.485 45 31.231 46.846 46.665 68.441 146.215 50 55 25.195 37.793 37.605 55.153 117.828 60 20.441 30.661 30.453 44.665 95.420 16.675 25.013 24.804 36.379 77.718 65 13.677 20.516 20.293 29.763 63.584 70 75 11.277 16.916 16.679 24.462 52.260 9.346 14.019 13.776 20.205 43.166 80 7.785 11.678 11.428 16.761 35.808 85 90 6.517 9.776 9.520 13.962 29.828 5.482 8.223 7.966 11.684 24.961 95 4.634 6.951 6.688 9.809 20.955 100 3.935 5.902 5.639 8.270 17.668 105 110 3.357 5.035 4.772 6.998 14.951 2.877 4.315 4.052 5.942 12.695 115 2.476 3.714 3.454 5.067 10.824 120 2.141 3.211 2.955 4.334 9.259 125

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No. Item Rating Value Resistance (R25) change should be less than 10% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage Method of Examination

1 2 3 4 5

Dry Heat 1 Dry Heat 2 Cold Damp Heat High Temperature Load

1503C in air, for 500 +48/-0 hrs. without loading 1253C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading -403C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading

Resistance (R25) change should be less than 5% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage

602C, 90-95%RH in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading 852C in air, with Permissive Operating Current for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. 1000 cycles of following sequence Step Temp. (C) Time (min.) 1 -55 +0/-3 30 2 +125 +3/-0 30 852C, 85%RH in air, with Permissive Operating Current for 1000 +48/-0 hrs.

Thermal Shock

Resistance (R25) change should be less than 10% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage

High Temperature Humidity Load P/N NCP15 NCP18 NCM21 Rating value Minimum 95% of the whole electrode surface should be covered with solder. Minimum 75% of the whole electrode surface should be covered with solder.

Solderability

Soldering Temp.: 2355C Solder: Sn60%/Pb40% Immersion Time: 20.5 sec. NTC Thermistor should be immersed completely under the solder meniscus

Resistance (R25) change should be less than 5% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage Normal appearance on the section showed by slanting line parts of the electrodes on the figure. 9 Soldering Heat Resistant
Electrode NTC

Soldering Temp.: 2605C Solder: Sn60%/Pb40% Immersion Time: 100.5 sec. NTC Thermistor should be immersed completely under the solder meniscus. Preheating Temp.: 1505C Preheating Time: 3 min.

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Robustness of Electrode

No peeling of the electrodes

Solder NTC Thermistor on the Glass Epoxy PCB, and apply force as shown below: NTC Force (F) P/N 3.0N NCP15 4.90N NCP18 F 4.90N NCM21
F Glass Epoxy PCB

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Vibration Resistant

Resistance (R25) change should be less than 5% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage

Solder NTC Thermistor on the Glass Epoxy PCB as shown below. Frequency: 10-2000-10Hz (20 min.) Max. amplitude: 3.0mm Vibrated for a period of 4 hrs. in three (3) directions perpendicularly intersecting each other (for total of 12 hrs.).
NTC

Glass Epoxy PCB

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No.

Item

Rating Value

Method of Examination Solder NTC Thermistor on Test Board, and apply force on back side of Test Board as shown below: Bending Speed: 1.0mm/s, Hold Time : 5+/-1 sec. Board Material: Glass Epoxy Bending Strength (mm) Board Dimension (mm) P/N 100Z40Z0.8t 1.5 NCP15 100Z40Z1.6t 1.5 NCP18 100Z40Z1.6t 2.0 NCM21

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Resistance to Bending of Substance

Resistance (R25) change should be less than 5% B-constant (B25/50) change should be less than 2% No visible damage
R340

20

Force

452 NTC

452

Bending (in mm)

NTC Thermistor shall be soldered on the glass epoxy PCB as shown below Recommendable Land Dimensions Recommendable Soldering Conditions Recommendable Solder paste R25 means the zero-power resistance at 25C. B25/50 is calculated by the zero-power resistances of NTC Thermistor at 25C and at 50C. After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure). Then the resistances (R25 and R50) should be measured and the appearance should be visually examined. We are not to guarantee the Resistance (R25) change and B-constant (B25/50) change in Thermal Shock (No. 6) in case of defect of part for mounting.

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s !Caution (Storage and Operating Condition)
This product is designed for application in an ordinary environment (normal room temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure). Do not use under the following conditions because all these factors can deteriorate the product characteristics or cause failures and burn-out. 1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas (Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.) 2. Volatile or flammable gas 3. Dusty conditions 4. Under vacuum, or under high or low-pressure 5. Wet or humid locations 6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or organic solvents 7. Strong vibrations 8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions exist

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s !Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function on your product to prevent secondary damages that may be caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our product.

s Notice (Storage and Operating Condition)


To keep solderability of product from declining, the following storage condition is recommended. 1. Storage condition: Temperature -10 to +40 degree C Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition) 2. Storage term: Use this product within 6 months after delivery by first-in and first-out stocking system. 3. Handling after unpacking: After unpacking, reseal product promptly or store it in a sealed container with a drying agent. 4. Storage place: Do not store this product in corrosive gas (sulfuric acid gas, chlorine gas, etc.) or in direct sunlight.

s Notice (Rating)
Use this product within the specified temperature range. Higher temperature may cause deterioration of the characteristics or the material quality of this product.

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s Notice (Soldering and Mounting)
1. Mounting Position Choose a mounting position that minimizes the stress imposed on the chip during flexing or bending of the board. [Component Direction]
Locate this product horizontal to the direction in which stress acts.

[Mounting Close to Board Separation Line]

Perforation Holes

C B D Slit

Keep this product on the PC Board away from the Separation Line. Worst A-B-C-D Better

2. Reflow Soldering Conditions Allowable Reflow Soldering Temperature and Time Standard Soldering Conditions

(NCP15 Series)
Temperature (C) 280 Temperature (C) 270 260 250 240 230 220 0 10 20 30 40 50 Time (sec.) 60 70 80 90 Preheating (in air) 300 200 100 0 Soldering Gradual cooling (in air)

1-2 min.

20 sec. max.

Preheating: 16010C, 1-2 min. Soldering: 240-270C, 20 sec. max.

(NCP18 Series)
270 260 250 240 230 220 210 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 Time (sec.) Temperature (C) 280 Temperature (C) Preheating (in air) 300 200 100 0 Soldering Gradual cooling (in air)

1-2 min.

20 sec. max.

Preheating: 16010C, 1-2 min. Soldering: 230-270C, 20 sec. max.

(NCM21 Series)
Temperature (C) 260 Temperature (C) 250 240 230 220 210 200 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Time (sec.) Preheating (in air) 200 Soldering Gradual cooling (in air)

100

0 1-2 min. 20 sec. max. Preheating: 16010C, 1-2 min. Soldering: 230C, 20 sec. max.

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3. Flow Soldering Conditions Allowable Reflow Soldering Temperature and Time Standard Soldering Conditions

(NCP18 Series)
Preheating (in air) Temperature (C) 270 260 250 240 230 220 210 0 10 20 Time (sec.) 30 Preheating: 16010C, 1-2 min. Soldering: 230-260C, 10 sec. max. Temperature (C) 280 300 200 100 0 1-2 min. 10 sec. max. Soldering Gradual cooling (in air)

(NCM21 Series)
Preheating (in air) Temperature (C) 260 240 220 200 180 0 10 20 Time (sec.) 30 Temperature (C) 200 Soldering Gradual cooling (in air)

100

0 1-2 min. 3 sec. max. Preheating: 16010C, 1-2 min. Soldering: 240C, 3 sec. max.

4. Solder and Flux (1) Solder and Paste (a) Reflow Soldering: NCP15/NCP18/NCM21 Series Use RA/RMA type or equivalent type of solder paste. For your reference, we are using the solder paste below for any internal tests of this product. RMA9086 90-4-M20 (Sn:Pb=63wt%:37wt%) (Manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd.) M705-221BM5-42-11 (Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5wt%:3.0wt%:0.5wt%) (Manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., Ltd.) 5. Cleaning Conditions For removing the flux after soldering, observe the following points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or any change of the external electrodes' quality.

(b) Flow Soldering: NCP18/NCM21 Series We are using the solder paste below for any internal tests of this product. Sn:Pb=63wt%:37wt% Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5wt%:3.0wt%:0.5wt% (2) Flux Use Rosin-based flux. Do not use strong acidic flux (with halide content exceeding 0.2wt%)

NCP15 Solvent Isopropyl Alcohol Less than 5 mins. at Dipping Cleaning room temp. or less than 2 mins. at 40C max. Less than 5 mins. to 40kHz.

NCP18/NCM21 Isopropyl Alcohol Less than 5 mins. at room temp. or less than 2 mins. at 40C max. Less than 1 min. 20W/r to 100kHz.

Ultrasonic Cleaning 20W/r Frequency of 28 Frequency of several 10

6. Drying After cleaning, promptly dry this product.


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for NTC Thermistors Chip Type !Caution/Notice


Continued from the preceding page.

7. Printing Conditions of Solder Paste The amount of solder is critical. Standard height of fillet is shown in the table below. Too much soldering may cause mechanical stress, resulting in cracking, mechanical and/or electronic damage.

Reference: Optimum Solder Amount

E T

Electrode Solder Solder

3
Part Number NCP15 NCP18 NCM21 The Solder Paste Thickness 100m 150m 150-200m T 1/3EVTVE 0.2mmVTVE 0.2mmVTVE

8. Adhesive Application and Curing Thin or insufficient adhesive may result in loose component contact with land during flow soldering. Low viscosity adhesive causes chips to slip after mounting.

s Notice (Handling)
The ceramic of this product is fragile, and care must be taken not to load a excessive press-force or not to give a shock at handling. Such forces may cause cracking or chipping.

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


NTC Thermistor Lead Type for Temperature Sensor
This product is a sensor type NTC Thermistor to be useful in the normal temperature range developed by the unique ceramic technology and the automatic assembly.
311 3.0 max. (*3.3 max.) 1.8 max. (*2.5 max.)

s Features
1. High-accuracy of +/-1% +/-1% of resistance and B-Constant tolerance is realized due to uniform thickness by the precise sheet forming method. 2. Quick response This product provides faster response time due to its smaller size. 3. Taping type is available. 4. Strong lead strength Original lead-wiring technique assures reliable connection. It can be formed and bent flexibly according to the mounting condition.

6.0 max.

Epoxy Resin

Solder Plated Copper Ply Wire 0.40.03

2.51.0 * It applies to NTSS0XM202, NTSS0WB203 and NTSS0WC303 Type. (in mm)

s Applications
1. Car audio, car navigation 2. Various engine control unit 3. Circuits for ETC equipment 4. Various motor driving circuits 5. Temperature compensation for various circuits
Resistance B-Constant Permissive Operating Rated Electric Typical Dissipation Thermal Time Operating (25C) (25-50C) Current (25C) Power (25C) Constant (25C) Constant Temperature Range (k ohm) (K) (mA) (mW) (mW/C) (25C)(s) (C) 2.0 5.0 10 10 20 30 50 100 3500 1% 3700 1% 3380 1% 3900 1% 4050 1% 4100 1% 4150 1% 4250 1% 1.05 0.68 0.38 0.46 0.31 0.26 0.20 0.14 21 21 15 21 21 21 21 21 2.1 2.1 1.5 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125 -40 to 125

Part Number NTSS0XM202pE1B0 NTSS0XR502pE1B0 NTSS0XH103pE1B0 NTSS0XV103pE1B0 NTSS0WB203pE1B0 NTSS0WC303pE1B0 NTSS0WD503pE1B0 NTSS0WF104pE1B0

A blank column is filled with resistance tolerance codes. (F: 1%, E: 3%) Taping type of part numbers with "N6A0" is available. (Lead spacing=5mm)

s Temperature Tolerance-Temperature Characteristics

5 Temperature Tolerance (C)

-40

50 Temperature (C)

100

125

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for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Temperature Characteristics (Center Value)


Part Number NTSppXM202 NTSppXR502 NTSppXH103 NTSppXV103 NTSppWB203 NTSppWC303 NTSppWD503 NTSppWF104 Resistance 2.0k 5.0k 10k 10k 20k 30k 50k 100k B-Constant 4050K 4100K 4150K 4250K 3500K 3700K 3380K 3900K Temp. (C) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) Resistance (k) 347.808 123.484 195.652 1948.575 4256.752 Y40 44.657 733.007 1149.500 92.295 148.171 248.591 1387.289 3005.888 Y35 33.505 524.831 819.651 113.347 179.973 2148.514 25.388 69.614 591.391 999.456 Y30 380.184 131.832 52.860 87.559 728.895 1555.020 Y25 19.402 277.845 430.529 68.237 97.679 1137.312 14.961 40.480 316.870 537.039 Y20 205.260 73.119 31.275 53.650 399.167 839.314 Y15 11.644 153.642 236.337 24.339 42.506 55.301 299.469 625.338 Y10 9.133 116.016 177.842 33.892 42.257 469.127 7.198 19.154 134.630 226.186 Y5 88.125 32.582 15.148 27.219 172.393 355.224 0 5.716 67.522 102.816 22.021 25.324 272.045 4.571 11.964 79.183 132.857 5 52.168 19.847 3.682 9.520 17.926 61.460 103.089 209.803 10 40.617 7.624 14.674 15.679 80.430 162.713 2.987 48.045 15 31.847 12.081 12.478 127.117 2.437 6.160 37.834 63.201 20 25.151 10.000 5.000 10.000 50.000 100.000 25 2.000 20.000 30.000 8.315 8.068 79.215 30 1.651 4.082 16.014 23.955 39.825 6.552 1.371 3.354 6.948 19.249 31.918 63.150 35 12.902 5.353 2.773 5.834 25.733 50.649 40 1.143 10.457 15.560 2.299 4.917 4.399 20.877 40.885 0.958 12.657 45 8.527 4.161 3.635 33.195 0.807 1.914 10.354 17.034 50 6.993 3.020 1.607 3.535 13.929 27.014 55 0.683 5.771 8.525 2.521 3.014 22.079 60 0.582 1.356 4.789 7.058 11.439 2.586 2.115 18.226 0.497 1.149 5.869 9.485 65 3.992 1.783 0.426 0.978 2.228 4.905 7.906 15.124 70 3.343 1.510 0.834 1.925 6.614 2.598 75 0.367 2.809 4.113 0.714 1.669 1.284 5.558 10.542 0.318 3.463 80 2.371 1.452 1.096 8.852 0.276 0.612 2.945 4.686 85 2.020 0.939 0.527 1.268 3.967 7.463 90 0.240 1.729 2.516 1.110 0.808 6.321 0.210 0.456 2.143 3.373 95 1.476 0.183 0.396 0.974 0.698 1.832 2.878 5.374 100 1.264 0.858 0.605 4.585 0.161 0.345 1.571 2.465 105 1.085 0.527 0.758 3.925 110 0.142 0.302 0.935 1.350 2.118 0.460 0.125 0.264 0.671 1.171 1.828 3.376 115 0.812 0.232 0.596 0.403 1.583 2.913 0.111 1.019 120 0.708 0.354 0.531 2.520 0.205 1.374 0.099 0.886 125 0.617

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for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Specifications and Test Methods


No. 1 2 3 4 5 Item High Temp. Test 1 High Temp. Test 2 Low Temp. Test Humidity Test High Temp. Pressure Test Heat Shock Test Resistance (R25) fluctuation rate less than 2% B-Constant (B25/50) fluctuation rate less than 1% 7 8 High Temp. Continuous Load Test Humidy Continuous Load Test Insulation Break-down Voltage Solvent Proof Normal appearance Normal electrical characteristics on 500Vdc, 1 min. Normal appearance Resistance (R25) fluctuation rate less than 1% B-Constant (B25/50) fluctuation rate less than 1% Resistance (R25) fluctuation rate less than 1% B-Constant (B25/50) fluctuation rate less than 1% Rating Value Resistance (R25) fluctuation rate less than 2% B-Constant (B25/50) fluctuation rate less than 1% Method of Examination 1502C in air, for 500 +48/-0 hrs. without loading 1253C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading -403C in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading 602C, 90-95%RH in air, for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. without loading 1212C, 2atm. in saturated vapor, leave for 2 +1/-0 hrs. without loading -553C, 30 min. in air 1252C, 30 min. in air (1 cycle) Continuous 1000 +4/-0 cycles without loading 1002C in air, with Permissive Operating Current for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. 852C, 85%RH in air, with Permissive Operating Current for 1000 +48/-0 hrs. 2mm length of coating resin from the top of thermistor is to be dipped into beads of lead (Pb), and D.C 500V is applied to circuit between beads of lead (Pb) and lead wire. Using Chlorine Washing Solvents, Boiling, 10 min. Supersonic, 10 min. Both lead wires are immersed into 35010C solder for 3.50.5 seconds or 2605C solder for 101 seconds according to Fig-1. (solder <JIS Z 3282 H60A>)
6.01.0mm

10

Fig-1 11 Resistance to Soldering Heat Resistance (R25) change less than 1% B-Constant (B25/50) change less than 1%

Solder

12

Solderability

More than 90% of lead wire surface should be covered by solder.

Both lead wires are immersed into flux (25wt% colophony <JIS K 5902> isopropyl alcohol <JIS K 8839>) for 5-10 secs. Then both lead wires are immersed into 2355C solder <JIS Z 3282 H60A> for 20.5 seconds. according to Fig-1. One end of a lead wire should be fixed and 2.5N force for 10 seconds should be applied to the other lead wire as shown in Fig-2.

13

Lead Wire Pull Strength

No visible damage Resistance (R25) change less than 1% B-Constant (B25/50) change less than 1%

Fig-2

2.5N (10 sec.)

One lead wire is held and 2.5N force is applied. Then the body of NTC thermistor is bent 90 degrees and again bent back to the initial position. This sequence should be completed twice. See Fig-3. 14 Lead Wire Bending Strength No visible damage on lead wire Fig-3

90

2.5N

15

Drop Test No visible damage Resistance (R25) change less than 1% B-Constant (B25/50) change less than 1%

NTC Thermistor should be dropped without any force onto concrete floor from 1 meter height one time. NTC Thermistor is to be fixed to the vibration test equipment. Frequency: 10-2000-10Hz (20 min.) Max amplitude: 3.0mm Vibrated for a period of 4 hrs. in 3 perpendicular directions each other (for total of 12 hrs.)

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Vibration

R25 is zero-power resistance of Thermistor in 25C. After each test, NTC Thermistor should be kept for 1 hour at room temperature (normal humidity and normal atmospheric pressure). Then the resistances (R25 and R50) should be measured and the appearance should be visually examined.

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s !Caution (Storage and Operating Condition)
This product is designed for application in an ordinary environment (normal room temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure). Do not use under the following conditions because all these factors can deteriorate the product characteristics or cause failures and burn-out. 1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas (Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.) 2. Volatile or flammable gas 3. Dusty conditions 4. Under vacuum, or under high or low-pressure 5. Wet or humid locations 6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or organic solvents 7. Strong vibrations 8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions exist

s !Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function on your product to prevent secondary damages that may be caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our product.

s Notice (Storage and Operating Condition)


To keep solderability of product from declining, the following storage condition is recommended. 1. Storage condition: Temperature -10 to +40 degree C Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition) 2. Storage term: Use this product within 6 months after delivery by first-in and first-out stocking system. 3. Handling after unpacking: After unpacking, reseal product promptly or store it in a sealed container with a drying agent. 4. Storage place: Do not store this product in corrosive gas (sulfuric acid gas, chlorine gas, etc.) or in direct sunlight.

s Notice (Rating)
Use this product within the specified temperature range. Higher temperature may cause deterioration of the characteristics or the material quality of this product.

s Notice (Soldering and Mounting)


1. Be sure that the preheat-up does not melt the soldering of this product. Excessive heat may cause failure to open, short or insulation break down. 2. Do not touch the body with soldering iron. The soldering point should be min. 5mm away from the root of lead wire.

s Notice (Handling)
1. The ceramic element of this product is fragile, and care must be taken not to load an excessive press-force or not to give a shock at handling. Such forces may cause cracking or chipping. 2. Do not apply an excessive force to the lead. Otherwise, it may cause junction between lead and element to break or crack. Holding element by side lead wire is recommended when lead wire is bent or cut.

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overheat Sensing Chip Type 0603 (1608) Size
e g e

This chip "POSISTOR" is SMD type for overheat sensing for power transistors, power diodes and power ICs in hybrid circuits.

s Features
1. SMD type is helpful for miniaturizing the circuit because of small size and light weight. 2. Excellent thermal response because of no coating. 3. Elements of solid-state construction provides excellent mechanical vibration and impact resistance. 4. Contactless operation provides prolonged service life and noiseless operation. 5. Lead is not contained in the terminations.
Sensing Temperature (at 4.7k ohm) (C) 65 5C 75 5C 85 5C 95 5C 105 5C 115 5C 125 5C 135 5C 145 5C Maximum Voltage (V) 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32
L W

Dimensions (mm) L W T e PRF18_RB 1.60.15 0.80.15 0.80.15 0.1 to 0.6 Part Number

g -

Part Number PRF18BG471QS2RB PRF18BF471QS2RB PRF18BE471QS2RB PRF18BD471QS2RB PRF18BC471QS2RB PRF18BB471QS2RB PRF18BA471QS2RB PRF18AR471QS2RB PRF18AS471QS2RB

Resistance (at 25C) (ohm) 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50% 470 50%

Temperature Range (C) -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150 -40 to 150

s Standard Land Pattern Dimensions


Solder resist Chip c Land

s Resistance-Temperature Characteristics (Typical)


BG BE BC BF BD BB

1000

BA

AR

100 Resistance Change, R/R25

AS

(in mm)

10

Dimensions (mm) Soldering Part Number Methods Chip (LgW) a b c Flow Soldering 0.6-1.0 0.8-0.9 0.6-0.8 1.6g0.8 PRF18 Reflow Soldering 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8

0.1 Y20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160

Temperature (C)

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s Overheat Protection Circuit


+Vcc

s Overheat Sensing Circuit

+Vcc RE2 RL1 R1 RL2

R1 PTH Thermal Connection

RL

R2 RE PTH RE1

Load

s Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)


PRF18BG471QS2RB
100000 100000

PRF18BF471QS2RB

10000 Resistance () Resistance () 1000

10000

1000

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Temperature (C)

Temperature (C)

PRF18BE471QS2RB
100000 100000

PRF18BD471QS2RB

10000 Resistance () Resistance () 1000

10000

1000

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Temperature (C)

Temperature (C)

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s Resistance-Temperature Characteristics Range (Ref. Only)


PRF18BC471QS2RB
100000 100000

PRF18BB471QS2RB

10000 Resistance () Resistance () 1000

10000

1000

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Temperature (C)

Temperature (C)

PRF18BA471QS2RB
100000 100000

PRF18AR471QS2RB

5
10000 Resistance () Resistance () 1000 1000 100 Y20 10000

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Temperature (C)

Temperature (C)

PRF18AS471QS2RB
100000

10000 Resistance () 1000

100 Y20

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

Temperature (C)

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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
No. Item Resistance Value (at 25C) Rating Value Method of Examination After applying max. operating voltage for 3 mins. and leaving for 2 hrs. at 25C, measured by applying voltage of less than 1.5Vdc (by a direct current less than 10mA). EIAJ ET-7403 term 9 Prepare soldered PTC to PCB 1 and add the force of 5.0N in the direction shown below. (PTC=POSISTORr)
PTC

The resistance value should be within the specified tolerance.

Adhesive Strength

There is no detachment sign of electrode.


F F Glass Epoxy PCB

Vibration Resistance

Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

Soldered PTC to PCB 1 Vibration: 10-2000-10Hz (20 min.) Max. Amplitude: 3.0mm Vibrate for 4 hrs. in each of 3 mutually perpendicular planes for a total of 12 hrs. This test condition is according to "MIL-STD204D" Soldered PTC on Test Board 1, and apply force on back side of Test Board shown below: Bending Speed: 1.0mm/s Bending Strength: 2.0mm Hold time: 51 sec. Board Dimension: 100 A 40 A 1.6t mm Board Material: Glass Epoxy

Resistance to Bending of Substance

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Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2


R340

Force

452 PTC

452

Bending (in mm)

Solderability

Min. 95% electrode is covered with new solder. Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

JIS C 5102 term 8.4 Solder temp.: 2305C Solder: Sn63%/Pb37% (or 60%/40%) Soaking time: 30.5 secs. Soaking position: Until a whole electrode is soaked

Soldering Heat Resistance

Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2 Normal appearance on the section showed by slanting line parts of the electrodes on the figure. PTC Electrode

Solder temp.: 2605C Solder: Sn63%/Pb37% (or 60%/40%) Flux: Containing less than 0.2wt% of chlorine. Soaking time: 100.5 secs. Soaking position: Until a whole electrode is soaked. Preheating: 1505C 3 mins.

7 8 9

Dry Heat Resistance Cold Resistance Damp Heat Resistance Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 +1503C leave for 100012 hrs. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 -403C leave for 100012 hrs. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 +853C 80-85%RH leave for 100012 hrs. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 Cycles: 1000 cycles Step 1 2 Temp. (C) -55+0, -3 +125+3, -0 Time (min.) 30 30

10

Thermal Shock 3

11

High Temperature Humidity Load

Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 853C, 80-85%RH (in air), load max. operating voltage for 100012 hrs.
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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.

No. 12

Item High Temperature Load

Rating Value Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

Method of Examination Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 +853C (in air), load max. operating voltage for 100012 hrs.

1 Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side. Glass-Epoxy PC board Recommendable land dimension Recommendable solder paste Recommendable solder profile Above conditions are mentioned in Notice. 2 Measure resistance after the test. by applying voltage less than 1.5Vdc. by a direct current of less than 10mA. after product is left at 252C for 2hrs. 3 We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock (No.10) in case of defective mounting.

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Chip Type 0805 (2012) Size
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Overcurrent Protection device with resettable function suitable for current limiting resistor. This product is chip type PTC thermistor for overcurrent protection which is suitable for the following Countermeasure for short circuit testing Current limiting resistor

s Features
1. Rapid operation to protects the circuit in an overcurrent condition abnormality such as a short circuit. By removing the overcurrent condition, these products automatically return to the initial condition and can be used repeatedly. 2. Suitable for countermeasure to short circuit test in safety standard. 3. Stable resistance after operation due to ceramic PTC. 4. Similar size (0603 size) is possible due to the large capacity for electric power. 5. Possible to use these products as current limiting resistors with overcurrent protection functions. 6. SMD type is helpful for miniaturizing circuits because of its small size and light weight. 7. Lead is not contained in the terminations.
Max. Voltage (V) 20 16 Non-operating Non-operating Current (at +85C) Current (at +105C) (mA) (mA) 25 45 15 25 Trip Current (at -40C) (mA) 130 250 Max. Current (mA) 590 900

Dimensions (mm) L W T e g PRG18_RB 1.60.15 0.80.15 0.80.15 0.1 to 0.6 PRG21_RA 2.00.2 1.250.2 0.90.2 0.2 min. 0.5 min. PRG21_RK 2.00.2 1.250.2 1.250.2 0.2 min. 0.5 min. Part Number

Part Number PRG21AR420MS1RA PRG21AR220MS1RK

Resistance (at 25C) (ohm) 42 20% 22 20%

Curie Point (C) 120 (AR) 120 (AR)

Temperature Range (C) -40 to 105 -40 to 105

s Standard Land Pattern Dimensions


Solder resist Chip c Land

a (in mm)

Part Number PRG18 PRG21

Dimensions (mm) Soldering Methods Chip (LgW) a b c Reflow Soldering 1.6g0.8 0.6-0.8 0.6-0.7 0.6-0.8 Reflow Soldering 2.0g1.25 1.0-1.2 0.5-0.7 1.0-1.2

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s Protective Threshold Current Range


PRG21AR220MS1RK
300 160 140 250 Trip current Current (mA) Current (mA) 200 120 100 80 Protective threshold current 60 100 40 50 Non operating current Non operating current 20 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Trip current

PRG21AR420MS1RA

150 Protective threshold current

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10 20 30 40 50 60 Ambient Temperature (C)

70

80

90

100 110

10 20 30 40 50 60 Ambient Temperature (C)

70

80

90

100 110

s Operating Time (Typical Curve)


PRG21AR220MS1RK
10 10

PRG21AR420MS1RA

Y40C Operating Time (sec.) Operating Time (sec.) 6 W25C W85C W105C 4 Ambient Temp. 6

Y40C W25C W85C W105C Ambient Temp.

0 0 100 200 300 Overcurrent (mA) 400 500 600

0 0 100 200 300 400 500 Overcurrent (mA)

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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
No. 1 2 Item Operating Temp. 1 Operating Temp. 2 Resistance Value (at 25C) -40 to +105C -40 to +125C Rating Value Method of Examination The temperature range with maximum voltage applied the POSISTORr. The temperature range which with zero voltage applied to POSISTORr after it was soldered to PCB. After applying maximum Operating voltage for 3 minutes and leaving for 2 hours at 25C, measured by applying voltage of less than 1.5Vdc (by a direct current less than 10mA). We apply 120% of the maximum voltage to PTC by rising gradually for 1805 seconds at 25C. (A protective resistor is to be connected in series, and the inrush current through PTC must be limited below maximum rated value.) EIAJ ET-7403 term 9 Prepare soldered PTC to PCB 1 and add the force of 5.0N in the direction shown below. (PTC=POSISTORr)
PTC

The resistance value shall be within the specified tolerance.

Withstanding Voltage

Without damage

Adhesive Strength

There is no detachment sign of electrode.


F F Glass Epoxy PCB

Vibration Resistance

Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

Soldered PTC to PCB 1 Vibration: 10-2000-10Hz (20 min.) Max. Amplitude: 3.0mm Vibrate for 4 hours in each of 3 mutually perpendicular planes for a total of 12 hours. This test condition is according to "MIL-STD204D" Soldered PTC on Test Board 1, and apply force on back side of Test Board shown below: Bending Speed: 1.0mm/s Bending Strength: 2.0mm Hold Time: 51 sec. Board Dimension: 100A40A1.6t mm Board Material: Glass Epoxy

Resistance to Bending of Substance

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Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2


R340

Force

452 PTC

452

Bending (in mm)

Solderability

Min. 95% electrode is covered with new solder. Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

JIS C 5102 term 8.4 Solder Temp.: 2305C Solder: Sn63%/Pb37% (or 60%/40%) Soaking Time: 30.5 sec. Soaking Position: Until a whole electrode is soaked Solder: Sn 63/37 Pb (or 60/40) solder paste Containing less than 0.2wt% of chlorine. Preheating: 1505C 3 min. Peak Temp.: 2605C 105 sec. (reflow) PCB: JIS C 6484 Glass Epoxy PCB Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 +1253C leave for 100012 hours. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 -403C leave for 100012 hours.

Soldering Heat Resistance

Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

10 11 12

Dry Heat Resistance Cold Resistance Damp Heat Resistance Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 +853C 80-85%RH leave for 100012 hours. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 Cycles: 1000 cycles Step 1 2 Temp. (C) -55+0, -3 +125+3, -0 Time (min.) 30 30
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Thermal Shock 3

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Chip Type of POSISTORr for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.

No.

Item High Temperature Humidity Load High Temperature Load

Rating Value

Method of Examination Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 853C, 80-85%RH (in air), load max. operating voltage for 100012 hrs. Soldered PTC to PCB. 1 1253C (in air), PTC is applied max. operating voltage for 1.5 hrs on and 0.5 hrs off. This cycle is repeated for 100010 hrs.

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Normal appearance Resistance change: not exceed 20% 2

15

1 Above mentioned soldering is done under the following conditions at our side. Glass-Epoxy PC board Recommendable land dimension Recommendable solder paste Recommendable solder profile Above conditions are mentioned in Notice. 2 Measure resistance after the test. by applying voltage less than 1.5Vdc. by a direct current of less than 10mA. after product is left at 252C for 2hrs. 3 We cannot guarantee the resistance change in Thermal Shock (No.10) in case of defective mounting.

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s !Caution (Storage and Operating Condition)
This product is designed for application in an ordinary environment (normal room temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure). Do not use under the following conditions because all these factors can deteriorate the characteristics or cause product failure and burn-out. 1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas (Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.) 2. Volatile or flammable gas 3. Dusty conditions 4. Under vacuum, or under high or low-pressure 5. Wet or humid conditions 6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or organic solvents 7. Strong vibrations 8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions exist

s !Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function on your product to prevent secondary damage that may be caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our product.

s Notice (Storage and Operating Condition)


To keep solderability of product from declining, following storage condition is recommended. 1. Storage condition: Temperature -10 to +40 degree C Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition) 2. Storage term: Use this product within 6 months after delivery by first-in and first-out stocking system. 3. Handling after unpacking: After unpacking, promptly reseal this product or store it in a sealed container with a drying agent. 4. Storage place: Do not store this product in corrosive gas (sulfuric acid, chlorine, etc.) or in direct sunlight.

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s Notice (Soldering and Mounting) 0603 (1608) Size
1. Solder and Flux (1) Solder Paste (a) Flow Soldering : Use Sn:Pb=60:40wt%, Sn:Pb=63:37wt%, Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5:3.0:0.5wt% or equivalent type of solder. (b) Reflow Soldering : Use Sn:Pb=60:40wt%, Sn:Pb=63:37wt%, Sn:Ag:Cu=96.5:3.0:0.5wt% or equivalent type of solder paste. For your reference, we are using '63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18', manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd., '96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-221BM5-4211', manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., Ltd. for any Internal tests of this product. (2) Flux Use rosin-based flux. Do not use strong acidic flux (with halide content exceeding 0.2wt%). 2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or any change to the external electrodes quality. (1) Cleaning Conditions
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Less than 5 min. at room temp. or Less than 2 min. at 40C max. Ultrasonic Cleaning Less than 1 min. 20W/L Frequency of several 10kHz to 100kHz.

2-propanol

A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.

(2) Drying After cleaning, promptly dry this product. 3. Soldering Conditions In your mounting process, observe the following points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this product may also be affected by the mounting conditions, shown in the points below. (1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste (a) Recommendable thickness of solder paste printing should be from 0.15 to 0.20mm. (b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height from 0.2 mm to the thickness of this product (see the figure at right). (c) Too much solder gives too strong mechanical stress to this product. Such stress may cause cracking or other mechanical damage. Also, it can destroy the electrical performance of this product.

Electrode Solder

Solder

0.2mm V T V E

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Continued from the preceding page.

(2) Adhesive Application and Curing (a) If insufficient adhesive is applied, or if the adhesive is not sufficiently hardened, this product may have a loose contact with the land, during flow soldering. (b) Too low viscosity of adhesive causes this product to slip on board, after mounting.

(3) Allowable Soldering Temperature and Time (a) Solder within the temperature and time combinations, indicated by the slanted lines in the following graphs. (b) The excessive soldering conditions may cause dissolution of metallization or deterioration of solderwetting on the external electrode. (c) In the event that soldering is repeated more than twice, the allowable reflow soldering time should be the accumulated soldering time. [Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time]
270 260 Temperature (C) 250 240 230 220 210

[Allowable Flow Soldering Temp. and Time]


270 260 Temperature (C) 250 240 230 220 210 200 0 10 20 Time (sec.) 30

200 0

10

20 30 40 Time (sec.)

50

60

(4) Recommendable Temperature Profile for Soldering (a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on ceramic body. Difference between preheating temperature and maximum temperature in the profile should be 100C. (b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other means is not recommended. [Flow Soldering Condition]
Preheating (in air) Soldering 240C Gradual cooling (in air)

[Reflow Soldering Condition]


Preheating (in air) Soldering 240C Gradual cooling (in air)

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Temperature (C) Temperature (C) 200 200 100 100 0 0 1 to 2 min. *3 sec.max. 1 to 2 min. *20 sec.max. Preheating: 15010C, 1 min. to 2 min. Soldering: 240C, 3 sec. max. Preheating: 15010C, 1 min. to 2 min. Soldering: 240C, 20 sec. max.

* In the event that soldering is repeated more than twice the accumulated soldering time should be in the above allowable soldering time (3).

* In the event that soldering is repeated more than twice the accumulated soldering time should be in the above allowable soldering time (3).

(5) There may be a risk of unexpected failures (tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the mounting process caused by the mounting conditions. Please make sure that this product is correctly mounted under specified mounting conditions.

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s Notice (Soldering and Mounting) 0805 (2012) Size
1. Solder and Flux (1) Solder Paste Use solder paste Sn:Pb=63:37wt%. For your reference, we are using 63Sn/37Pb RMA9086 90-3-M18, manufactured by Alpha Metals Japan Ltd. 96.5Sn/3.0Ag/0.5Cu M705-221BM5-42-11, manufactured by Senju Metal Industry Co., LTD for any Internal tests of this product. (2) Flux Use rosin-based flux. Do not use strong acidic flux (with halide content exceeding 0.2wt%). 2. Cleaning Conditions and Drying To remove the flux after soldering, observe the following points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or any change to the external electrodes quality. (1) Cleaning Conditions
Solvent Dipping Cleaning Less than 5 min. at room temp. or Less than 2 min. at 40C max. Ultrasonic Cleaning Less than 1 min. 20W/L Frequency of several 10kHz to 100kHz.

2-propanol

A sufficient cleaning should be applied to remove flux completely.

(2) Drying After cleaning, promptly dry this product. 3. Soldering Conditions In your mounting process, observe the following points in order to avoid deterioration of the characteristics or destruction of this product. The mounting quality of this product may also be affected by the mounting conditions, shown in the points below. This product is for only reflow soldering. Flow soldering should not be allowed. (1) Printing Conditions of Solder Paste (a) Standard thickness of solder paste printing should be from 0.15 to 0.20 mm. (b) After soldering, the solder fillet should be a height from 0.2 mm to the thickness of this product (see the figure at right). (c) Too much solder gives too strong mechanical stress to this product. Such stress may cause cracking or other mechanical damage. Also, it can destroy the electrical performance of this product.

Electrode Solder

Solder

0.2mm V T V E

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Continued from the preceding page.

(2) Allowable Soldering Temperature and Time (a) Solder within the temperature and time combinations, indicated by the slanted lines in the right graphs. (b) The excessive soldering conditions may cause dissolution of metallization or deterioration of solderwetting on the external electrode. (c) In the event that soldering is repeated more than twice, the allowable reflow soldering time should be the accumulated soldering time.

[Allowable Reflow Soldering Temp. and Time]


270 260 Temperature (C) 250 240 230 220 210 200 0 10 20 30 40 Time (sec.) 50 60

6
(4) There may be a risk unexpected failures (tombstone, insufficient solder-wetting, etc.) in the mounting process, caused by the mounting conditions. Please make sure that this product is correctly mounted under specified mounting conditions.

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Preheating (in air) Soldering 240C Temperature (C) 200 100 0 1 to 2 min. *20 sec.max. Preheating: 150T10C, 1 to 2min. Soldering: 240C, 20 sec. max.

(3) Standard Temperature Profile for Soldering (a) Insufficient preheating may cause a crack on ceramic body. Difference between preheating temperature and maximum temperature in the profile should be 100D. (b) Rapid cooling by dipping in solvent or by other means is not recommended.

[Reflow Soldering Condition]


Gradual cooling (in air)

*In the event that soldering is repeated more than twice the accumulated soldering time should be in the above allowable soldering time (2).

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s Notice (Handling)
1. Do not give this product a strong press-force nor a mechanical shock, because such mechanical forces may cause cracking or chipping of this ceramic product. 2. Rapid cooling or heating during soldering is not recommended. Such treatment may destroy the element. 3. Resin coating Please select a resin material with minimum hardness shrinkage is much less, on selecting a resin material. 4. Location on Printed Circuit Board (PC Board) Choose a mounting position that minimizes the stress imposed on the chip during flexing or bending of the board.

[Component Direction]
(Worse) (Better)

Locate chip horizontal to the direction in which stress acts

[Chip Mounting Close to Board Separation Point]


Perforation Holes C B

Slit

Put this product on the PC Board near the Slit, not near the Perforation Holes. Keep this product on the PC Board away from the Separation Line. Worst A-C-B-D Better

Separation Line

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NTC/PTC Thermistors for Automotive


PTC Thermistor (POSISTORr) for Overcurrent Protection Lead Type
D max. T max.

s Features
1. This product has useful Protective threshold current range with wide temperature range. 2. Small fluctuation in the circuit due to resistance tolerance +/-10%. 3. Quick operating time due to small size compared with conventional products. 4. Best suited to meet the requirements for power supply and motor protector. Error-free operations are assured by rush current. 5. Circuit is protected until current is turned off. 6. Restores the original low resistance value automatically once the overload is removed. 7. Non-contact design leads to long life and no noise. Durable and strong against mechanical vibration and shock because it is a solid element. 8. Lead (Pb) is not contained in the terminations.
Max. Non-operating Non-operating Voltage Current (at +85C) Current (at +105C) (V) (mA) (mA) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 51 51 51 51 51 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 140 140 140 140 140 140 92 127 204 255 319 422 520 128 149 233 313 449 67 87 129 142 174 253 334 56 80 112 146 172 236 65 89 143 179 223 296 364 89 105 163 219 315 47 61 90 99 122 177 234 39 56 79 102 121 165 Trip Current (at -40C) (mA) 261 359 576 720 902 1193 1470 361 422 659 885 1270 190 246 364 400 492 714 942 159 227 317 413 486 666 Max. Resistance Current (at 25C) (A) (ohm) 1.5 2.0 3.5 4.5 5.0 6.0 7.0 1.0 1.5 3.0 4.0 5.0 1.0 1.0 1.5 2.2 3.0 4.0 5.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.2 3.5 10 10% 10 10% Curie Point (C)
4.01.5 F1.5 d0.05

H max.

New leaded type "POSISTOR" for overcurrent protetion as automotive grade can be used with wide temperature range. This product is suitable for short-protect and current limiting resistor on power supply equipment.

(in mm)

Part Number PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0 PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0 PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0 PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0 PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0 PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0 PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0 PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0 PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0 PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0 PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0 PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0 PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0 PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0 PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0 PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0 PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0 PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0 PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0 PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0 PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0 PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0 PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0 PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0 PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0

Temperature Body Thickness Height Lead Lead Range Diameter (D) (T) (H) Space (F) Diameter (C) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (phi d)(mm) 4.5 4.5 5.5 7.3 7.3 9.3 11.5 4.5 5.5 7.3 9.3 11.5 4.5 4.5 5.5 7.3 7.3 9.3 11.5 5.5 5.5 7.3 9.3 9.3 11.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 9.5 9.5 10.5 12.3 12.3 14.3 16.5 9.5 10.5 12.3 14.3 16.5 9.5 9.5 10.5 12.3 12.3 14.3 16.5 10.5 10.5 12.3 14.3 14.3 16.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6

130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125

3.9 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 2.7 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 1.8 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 1.2 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 0.8 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 10 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 6.8 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 3.3 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 2.2 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 1.2 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 22 10% 22 10% 10 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125

5.6 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 5.6 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 3.3 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 2.2 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 56 10% 27 10% 15 10% 12 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125 130 (AS) -40 to 125

7.6 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125 4.7 10% 130 (AS) -40 to 125

Maximum Current shows typical capacities of the transformer which can be used. These series are recognized by UL. Taping type is also available. (PTGL_A0 series)

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s Protective Threshold Current Range (30V Series)


PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
300 400 350 250 Trip current 200 Current (mA) Protective threshold current 300 Current (mA) 250 200 150 Non operating current 100 50 50 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Protective threshold current Trip current

PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0

150

100

Non operating current

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100 110

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100 110

Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0
700 600 Trip current 500 Current (mA) 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Non operating current 200 100 Current (mA) Protective threshold current 800 700 600 500 400 300

PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0

Trip current Protective threshold current

Non operating current

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100 110

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100 110

Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0
1000 900 1200 800 700 Current (mA) 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 200 Non operating current Protective threshold current Trip current 1000 Current (mA) 800 600 400 1400

PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0

Trip current Protective threshold current

Non operating current

7
30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10

20

Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

s Protective Threshold Current Range (51V Series)


PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
1600 1400 1200 Current (mA) 1000 800 600 Non operating current 400 200 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 100 50 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Protective threshold current Trip current 400 350 300 Current (mA) 250 200 150 Non operating current Protective threshold current Trip current

PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0

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s Protective Threshold Current Range (51V Series)


PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0
500 700 600 400 Trip current 500 Current (mA) 300 Current (mA) Protective threshold current 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Non operating current Protective threshold current Trip current

PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0

200 Non operating current 100

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PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0
1000 900 1200 800 700 Current (mA) 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 200 Non operating current Protective threshold current Trip current 1000 Current (mA) 800 600 400 1400

PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0

Trip current Protective threshold current

Non operating current

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

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30

40

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60

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80

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100 110

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Ambient Temperature (C)

s Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)


PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0
200 180 160 140 Current (mA) 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 Non operating current Protective threshold current 250 Trip current 200 Current (mA) Protective threshold current 150 Trip current 300

PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0

100

Non operating current

50

Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0
400 350 300 Current (mA) 250 200 150 Non operating current 100 100 50 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Protective threshold current Trip current 400 500

PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0

Trip current

Current (mA)

300

Protective threshold current

200 Non operating current

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0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

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s Protective Threshold Current Range (60V Series)


PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0
600 800 700 500 Trip current 400 Current (mA) Protective threshold current 600 Current (mA) 500 400 300 Non operating current 200 100 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Protective threshold current Trip current

PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0

300

200

Non operating current

10

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Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

s Protective Threshold Current Range (140V Series)


PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0
1000 180 160 800 Protective threshold current 600 Trip current 140 120 Current (mA) 100 80 60 40 20 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Non operating current Protective threshold current Trip current

PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0

Current (mA)

400 Non operating current 200

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Ambient Temperature (C)

PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0
250 350 300 200 Protective threshold current Trip current 250 Current (mA) 150 Current (mA) 200 150 100 50 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0

Trip current Protective threshold current

100 Non operating current 50

Non operating current

7
30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110

10

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60

70

80

90

100 110

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

10

20

Ambient Temperature (C)

Ambient Temperature (C)

PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0
500 600

PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0

400

500 Trip current 400 Protective threshold current Trip current

Current (mA)

300

Current (mA)

Protective threshold current 300

200 Non operating current 100

200

Non operating current

100

0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

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90

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0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10

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s Protective Threshold Current Range (140V Series)


PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0
700 600

s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (30V Series)


PTGL4SAS100K2N51B0
100

Operating Time (sec.)

Trip current 500 Current (mA) 400 300 200 100 0 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 Non operating current Protective threshold current

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1

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50

60

70

80

90

100 110

0.01 0.1

Ambient Temperature (C)

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

PTGL4SAS100K2B51B0
100 100

PTGL5SAS3R9K2B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1

0.1

0.01 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.01 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

PTGL7SAS2R7K2B51B0
100 - 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C 100

PTGL7SAS1R8K2B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C 10

1 0.1

0.01 0.1

0.1 1 Overcurrent (A) 10 0.1 1 Overcurrent (A) 10

PTGL9SAS1R2K2B51B0
100 - 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C 10 100

PTGLCSAS0R8K2B51B0
- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C Operating Time (sec.) 10

Operating Time (sec.)

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

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s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (51V Series)


PTGL4SAS100K3B51B0
100 100

PTGL5SAS6R8K3B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

Operating Time (sec.)

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

PTGL7SAS3R3K3B51B0
100 100

PTGL9SAS2R2K3B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1 1 Overcurrent (A) 10

s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (60V Series)


PTGLCSAS1R2K3B51B0
100 - 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C 10 100 - 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

PTGL4SAS220K4N51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

Operating Time (sec.)

10

1 0.1

7
0.1 Overcurrent (A) 1

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.01 0.01

PTGL4SAS220K4B51B0
100 100

PTGL5SAS100K4B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

1 0.1

0.01 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

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s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (60V Series)


PTGL7SAS5R6K4N51B0
100 100

PTGL7SAS5R6K4B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

Operating Time (sec.)

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

PTGL9SAS3R3K4B51B0
100 100

PTGLCSAS2R2K4B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (140V Series)


PTGL4SAS560K6B51B0
100 100

PTGL5SAS270K6B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

Operating Time (sec.)

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.01

0.1 Overcurrent (A)

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

PTGL7SAS150K6B51B0
100 100

PTGL9SAS120K6B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

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s Operating Time (Typical Curve) (140V Series)


PTGL9SAS7R6K6B51B0
100 100

PTGLCSAS4R7K6B51B0

Operating Time (sec.)

10

Operating Time (sec.)

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

10

- 30C - 10C 25C Ambient Temp. 60C 85C

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

0.1 0.1

1 Overcurrent (A)

10

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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
No. 1 Item Operating Temperature 1 -30 to +125C Rating Value Method of Examination The temperature range with maximum voltage applied to the POSISTORr. The temperature range with following voltage applied to the POSISTORr. <applied voltage> 30V and 51V series: max. 16V, 60V series: max. 30V, 140V series: max. 140V Resistance value is measured by applying voltage under 1.0Vdc (by a direct current of less than 10mA) at 25C. (But it must be measured after it is applied maximum voltage for 180 seconds and then is left for 2 hours at 25C.) We apply AC voltage 120% that of the maximum voltage to POSISTORr by rising voltage gradually for 1805 seconds at 25C. (A protective resistor is to be connected in series, and the inrush current through POSISTORr must be limited below max. rated value.) Maximum current measured in this examination. Voltage is applied to POSISTORr in 3 minutes step by step on still air based on Protective Threshold Current Test Conditions shown in next page. Stablecurrent is measured at each step. The load is gradually applied to each terminal of POSISTORr until the force of 4.9N in the axial direction with fixing POSISTORr's body itself and this load is being kept for 10 seconds. POSISTORr is held so that it is perpendicular to the lead wire with 2.45N in the axial direction of the lead wire. The lead wire is slowly bent toward 90 and returned.Then it is slowly bent in the opposite direction and returned to original state. The Lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in a Isopropyl Alcohol (JIS K 8839) solution (about 25wt%) of colophony (JIS K 5902) for 5-10 sec. And, each lead wire is soaked in Molten solder (JIS Z 3282 H60A) at 2355C from the bottom to a point of 2.0-2.5mm for 20.5 sec. The lead wire of POSISTORr is soaked in Molten solder (JIS Z 3282 H60A) at 35010C from the bottom to a point of 2.02.5mm for 3.50.5 sec. After the device is left at room temperature (25C) for 244 hours, the resistance is measured. Acceleration: 98m/s2 (10G) Width: 1.5mm Vibration: 10-500-10Hz Vibrate for 11minutes Z 24 cycles in each of 3 mutually perpendicular planes for a total of 13.5 hours. POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 1253C for 1000 hours. After the device is left at room temperature (25C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed. POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at -403C for 1000 hours. After the device is left at room temperature (25C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed. POSISTORr is set in an environmental chamber at 853C and 80-85% humidity for 100012 hours. After the device is left at room temperature (25C) for one hour, the resistance measurement is performed.
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Operating Temperature 2

-40 to +125C

Resistance (R25)

Satisfies ratings

Withstanding Voltage

No problem

Protective Threshold Current

Satisfies ratings (Trip Current, Non-operating Current)

Tensile Strength of Lead Wire Terminal

No damage

Bending Strength of Lead Wire Terminal

Lead wire does not come off

Solderability

Solder is applied around the lead wire covering 3/4 or more of the circumference without gap in the axial direction.

Terminal Durability of Soldering

R/R25V15%

10

Vibration Resistant

R/R25V20%

7
11 Heat Resistant R/R25V20% R/R25V20%

12

Cold Resistant

13

Resistance to Damp Heat

R/R25V20%

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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overheat Protection Specifications and Test Methods
Continued from the preceding page.

Operating current test conditions


(1) Substrate Materials: Phenol Size: 50x50xt1.6mm Land Pattern: Cu land without through hole
25.0 2.5 5.0 2.5 2.5

fai 0.9 25.0 3.0

1.0

25.0

25.0 (in : mm)

(2) Measurement condition Solder POSISTORr on the substrate, then put the cover (150mm cubed) surround POSISTORr to prevent flow of wind.

7
(3) Measurement circuit
POSISTORr

D.C POWER SUPPLY

D.V

+ Digital - Voltmeter

D.V

+ Digital - Voltmeter

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POSISTORr Lead Type for Overheat Protection !Caution/Notice


s !Caution (Storage and Operating Condition)
This product is designed for application in an ordinary environment (normal room temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure). Do not use under the following conditions because all these factors can deteriorate the characteristics or cause product failure and burn-out. 1. Corrosive gas or deoxidizing gas (Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.) 2. Volatile or flammable gas 3. Dusty conditions 4. Under vacuum, or under high or low-pressure 5. Wet or humid conditions 6. Places with salt water, oils, chemical liquids or organic solvents 7. Strong vibrations 8. Other places where similar hazardous conditions exist

s !Caution (Other)
Be sure to provide an appropriate fail-safe function on your product to prevent secondary damage that may be caused by the abnormal function or the failure of our product.

s Notice (Storage and Operating Condition)


To keep solderability of product from declining, following storage condition is recommended. 1. Storage condition: Temperature -10 to +40 degree C Humidity less than 75%RH (not dewing condition) 2. Storage term: Use this product within 6 months after delivery by first-in and first-out stocking system. 3. Handling after unpacking: After unpacking, promptly reseal this product or store it in a sealed container with a drying agent. 4. Storage place: Do not store this product in corrosive gas (sulfuric acid, chlorine, etc.) or in direct sunlight.

s Notice (Soldering and Mounting)


When the lead of this product is soldered, pay attention as follows to avoid the decline of element characteristics or break-down of the element. 1. Use Rosin type flux or non-activated flux 2. Do not dip the body into flux. (Flux should be coated to lead wire only for soldering.) 3. Be sure that preheating does not melt the soldering of this product.

s Notice (Handling)
1. Do not apply an excessive force to the lead. Otherwise, it may cause the junction between lead and element to break, or may crack the element. Therefore, holding the element side lead wire is recommended when lead wire is bent or cut. 2. This product does not have waterproof construction. Splashed water may cause failure mode such as decline of characteristics or current leak. 3. When this product is operated, temperature of some area may be over 100 to 160 degree C. Be sure that surrounding parts and inserting material can withstand the temperature. If the surrounding part and material are kept under such condition, they may deteriorate or produce harmful gas (Chlorine gas, Hydrogen sulfide gas, Ammonia gas, Sulfuric acid gas, Nitric oxide gas, etc.). And such harmful gas may deteriorate the element.

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for NTC Thermistors Chip Type Package


Minimum Quantity Guide
Quantity (pcs.) Part Number NCP15 NCP18 NCM21 Paper Tape 10000 4000 Plastic Tape 4000

Tape Carrier Packaging


1. Dimensions of Reel

2.00.5 50 min. 10.01.5 2.00.5 13.00.5

21.00.8

1782.0

(in mm)

2. Taping Method (1) A tape in a reel contains Leader unit and Trailer unit where products are not packed. (Please refer to the figure at right.) (2) The top and base tapes or, plastic and cover tape are not stuck at the first five pitches minimum. (3) A label shall be attached on the reel. (MURATA's part number, inspection number and quantity should be marked on the label.) (4) Taping reels are packed in a package.
Direction of Feed Chip-mounting Unit 40 min. Trailer Unit Leader Unit 190-250 210-250 Vacant Section Top Tape alone Cover Tape alone

(in mm)
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Continued from the preceding page.

3. Paper Tape (NCP15/18 Series) NCP15 Series 8mm Width 2mm Pitch Tape
1.750.1 2.00.05 4.00.1 1.5+0.1 0 0.8 max.

NCP18 Series 8mm Width 4mm Pitch Tape


2.00.05 4.00.1 4.00.1 1.750.1 1.5+0.1 0 1.1 max.

3.50.05

3.50.05 1.05

8.00.3

1.15

0.65 Direction of Feed

Reference Value

1.85

Direction of Feed Reference Value

8.00.3

(in mm)

(1) Other Conditions q Packaging Products are packaged in the cavity of the base tape and sealed by top tape and bottom tape. w Tape Top tape and bottom tape have no joints and products are packaged and sealed in the cavity of the base tape, continuously. (2) Peeling Force of Top Tape
165-180 F

Peeling Angle: 165 to 180 degree against the fixed surface of tape. Peeling Speed: 300mm/min. Peeling Force: 0.1 - 0.6N

(3) Pull Strength

Pull strength of top tape is specified at 10N minimum. Pull strength of bottom tape shall be specified 5N minimum.
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for NTC Thermistors Chip Type Package


Continued from the preceding page.

4. Plastic Tape (NCM21 Series)


(1) Other Conditions Products are packaged in the each embossed cavity of plastic tape and sealed by cover tape. w Tape
2.25 2.00.05 4.00.1 4.00.1 1.750.1 3.50.05 1.0+0.3 -0

q Packaging
1.5+0.1 -1

1.05 0.2

Cover tape has no joints.

1.45 Reference Value Direction of Feed

8.00.3

(in mm)

(2) Peeling Force of Cover Tape


165-180

Peeling Angle: 165 to 180 degree against the fixed surface of tape. Peeling Speed: 300mm/min. Peeling Force: 0.1 - 0.7N

(3) Tape Strength Pull strength of plastic tape and cover tape shall be specified 10N minimum.

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for NTC Thermistors Lead Type Package


s Minimum Quantity Guide
Part Number NTSS Minimum Quantity (pcs.) Taping (Ammo Pack) 3000 Bulk 100

s Taping Dimension (NTSS_N6A0 Series)


P2 P D e H2 P1 F L H0 W0 W1 W d W2 S

h2

h1 T

t2 I P0 D0

t1

Item Pitch of Component Pitch of Sprocket Hole Lead Spacing Lead Length from Hole Center to Component Center Lead Length from Hole Center to Lead Body Diameter Deviation along Tape, Left or Right Carrier Tape Width Position of Sprocket Hole Lead Distance between Reference and Bottom Planes Height of Component Overflow of Lead Diameter of Sprocket Hole Lead Diameter Total Tape Thickness Total Thickness, Tape and Lead Wire Deviation across Tape Portion to Cut in Case of Defect Hole Down Tape Width Hole Down Tape Position Coating Extension on Lead Thickness

Code P P0 F P2 P1 D S W W1 H0 H2 I D0 d t1 t2 h1, h2 L W0 W2 e T

Dimension (mm) 12.7 12.70.3 5.0+0.8/0.2 6.351.3 3.850.8 3.5 max. 02.0 18.00.5 9.00.5 16.01.0 4.0 max. +0.5 to 1.0 4.00.1 0.500.03 0.60.3 1.6 max. 1.0 max. 11.0+0/2.0 11.0 min. 1.51.5 Up to the crimp point 2.6 max.

(in mm)

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for POSISTORr Chip Type Package


! Minimum Quantity Guide
Part Number PR*18_RB PR*21_RA PR*21_RK Quantity (pcs.) Paper Tape 4000 Plastic Tape 4000 3000

! Tape Dimensions
PR*18_RB Series: Paper Tape
1.750.1 3.50.05 8.00.3 (1.05) Direction feed

2.00.1 4.00.1 4.00.1

1.5W0.1 Y0

1.1max.

PR*21_RA Series: Plastic Tape


1.750.1 2.00.1 4.00.1 4.00.1 1.1 0.2

(1.85)

PR*21_RK Series: Plastic Tape


1.750.1 3.50.05 8.00.3 1.00.1 1.450.1 Direction feed 2.00.1 4.00.1 4.00.1 1.300.05 0.250.05

1.5 W0.1 Y0

1.5 W0.1 Y0

3.50.05 8.00.3

1.0 W0.3 Y0

1.45

Direction feed

! Reel Dimensions
Reel Dimensions

2.250.1

2.25

2.00.5 13.00.2 60 W1.0 Y0 21.00.8 9.0 W1.0 Y0 180 Y1.5


W0

13.01.0

(in mm)

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R03E1.pdf 05.4.4

for POSISTORr Lead Type Package


s Minimum Quantity Guide
Part Number PTGL Minimum Quantity (pcs.) Taping (Ammo Pack) 1500 Bulk 100

c Taping Dimension (PTGL_A0 Series)


P2 D P S h1 T h2

W2 H0 W0 W1 P1 F P0 t2 t1 d L

H2

Item Pitch of Component Pitch of Sprocket Hole Lead Spacing Length from Hole Center to Lead Length from Hole Center to Component Body Diameter Thickness Deviation along Tape, Left or Right Carrier Tape Width Position of Sprocket Hole Lead Distance between Reference and Bottom Planes Overflow of Lead Diameter of Sprocket Hole Lead Diameter Total Tape Thickness Deviation across Tape Portion to cut in Case of Defect Hold Down Tape Width Hold Down Tape Position Coating Extension on Lead

Code P P0 F P1 P2 D T S W W1 H0 H2 I D0 d t1 t2 h1, h2 L W0 W2 e

Dimensions (mm) 12.7 12.70.3 5.0+0.8 0.3 3.850.8 6.351.3 Please see in Ratings Please see in Ratings 1.5 18.00.5 9.0+0.5 0.75 16.01.0 6.0 max. W0.5 Y1.0 4.00.2 Please see in Ratings 0.60.3 2.0 max. 1.5 max. 11.0+0 2.0 11.0 min. 4.0 max. Up to the center of crimp

0 D

Note Tolerance is determined by S.

Deviation in the feeding direction

Including the inclination caused by lead bending. Deviation of tape width.

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Note:
1. Export Control For customers outside Japan Murata products should not be used or sold for use in the development, production, stockpiling or utilization of any conventional weapons or mass-destructive weapons (nuclear weapons, chemical or biological weapons, or missiles), or any other weapons. For customers in Japan For products which are controlled items subject to the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law of Japan, the export license specified by the law is required for export.

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2. Please contact our sales representatives or product engineers before using the products in this catalog for the applications listed below, which require especially high reliability for the prevention of defects which might directly damage to a third party's life, body or property, or when one of our products is intended for use in applications other than those specified in this catalog. q Aircraft equipment w Aerospace equipment e Undersea equipment r Power plant equipment t Medical equipment y Transportation equipment (vehicles, trains, ships, etc.) u Traffic signal equipment i Disaster prevention / crime prevention equipment o Data-processing equipment !0 Application of similar complexity and/or reliability requirements to the applications listed in the above 3. Product specifications in this catalog are as of November 2004. They are subject to change or our products in it may be discontinued without advance notice. Please check with our sales representatives or product engineers before ordering. If there are any questions, please contact our sales representatives or product engineers. 4. Please read rating and CAUTION (for storage, operating, rating, soldering, mounting and handling) in this catalog to prevent smoking and/or burning, etc. 5. This catalog has only typical specifications because there is no space for detailed specifications. Therefore, please approve our product specifications or transact the approval sheet for product specifications before ordering. 6. Please note that unless otherwise specified, we shall assume no responsibility whatsoever for any conflict or dispute that may occur in connection with the effect of our and/or a third party's intellectual property rights and other related rights in consideration of your use of our products and/or information described or contained in our catalogs. In this connection, no representation shall be made to the effect that any third parties are authorized to use the rights mentioned above under licenses without our consent. 7. No ozone depleting substances (ODS) under the Montreal Protocol are used in our manufacturing process.

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